For the last three weeks or so I have been really focused on developing productive habits, getting fit and healthy, and moving away from Facebook. I’ve been pretty successful at it but over the last week or so I’ve begun feeling kind of burnt out. I decided to pause the productivity and spend the weekend feasting a bit, every fast needs a feast.
So, on Saturday my partner and I biked up to the beach to enjoy the weather, enjoyed a beer at the 20th Birthday Party for Lighthouse Beer & Wine, and then went home to roll the night away. We walked around, chatted with friends, and just enjoyed the ecstasy that comes with serotonin (and the Snapchat sharing). Sunday was spent recovering with beer, pizza, naps, and Grey’s Anatomy. It was wonderful, and it had the intended effect of reigniting my passion for improving my life.
It was nice to spend some time without commitments, without goals, without minimum pages read or words written or minutes exercised. Sometimes, I just need some controlled time off to recharge and love life a little bit. Now, I’m excited to work out, get writing, improve my work skill-set, and continue reading about the random things that interest me. It was a good weekend.
Wanna stay in touch? Got a question for me? Want to tell me why I’m wrong and are curious how I got everything so backward? Have an idea for a blog post? Drunk and wanna send me a snapchat? Wanna become penpals and send each other letters in the mail about life in general?
Feel free to reach out at any of the ways below while I take a Facebook break!
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions: pneiger.sarahah.com or www.surveymonkey.com/r/XYRDXHH
Also, I wrote a book about a cross-country bicycle ride I did!
“Wandering Oak: A Rite of Passage”